Islamic Republic of Iran: 2006 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Staff Statement; Public Information Notice on the Executive Board Discussion; and Statement by the Executive Director for the Islamic Republic of Iran
International Monetary Fund, 08.03.2007 - 51 Seiten
This 2006 Article IV Consultation highlights that with high oil prices and a significant policy stimulus, the Iranian economy continued to grow strongly in 2005–06. Real GDP growth is estimated at 5½ percent. Oil GDP growth was modest owing to capacity constraints, while non-oil GDP growth was broad based, reaching 6 percent. The tensions associated with the nuclear issue, however, had some adverse effects on private investment. With energy prices projected to remain high and external demand continuing to support non-oil exports, Iran’s near-term growth prospects look favorable.
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Statement by the IMF Staff Representative
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2006 Article IV Consultation with the Islamic Republic of Iran
Statement by Abbas Mirakhor Executive Director for the Islamic Republic of Iran
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